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August 18th, 2009
Full recovery of global economy to appear at least in 2012: CEO of the US research firm
The global economy can overcome the recession at least in 5 years, Professor, President of the U.S. World Marketing research firm, Gene Aldridge believes.
Aldridge now believes that new economic development strategies are needed for emerging nations especially in Latin American and Africa. The FDI in high technology innovations like nanotechnology, hydrogen technology are the key targets now for emerging nations, professor believes.
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